My Colourpop Disney Designer post was so popular that I couldn’t miss the chance to bring you swatches of the Villains collection. This is pretty much a swatch and first impressions post because I just received them and I’m not well acquainted with the products yet.
Even though I kinda wanted the PR box, I didn’t want to pay $250. And I’m not a big enough blogger to even catch the attention of any cosmetic company. So I can’t afford to show you everything. But I have the eyeshadow palette and that’s the most important!
The artwork for the packaging is incredible! They feature a mix of styles from the neon lights to the Japanese inspired style illustration on Ursula’s highlighter packaging. Each product has illustrations relating to each character. While each box is different, they all look amazing together! As an illustrator myself, this is career goals!
Misunderstood Palette, $22
When I first saw this, I wasn’t sure if I wanted it. I could be my no-buy brain kicking in. But then I told myself “Your analytics for the Disney Designer Collection is booming! For the Good of The Blog!”
The palette consists of metallics and jewel tones, which are really pretty. I had initially thought that it would be impractical to take on trips (always my worry even though I rarely go anywhere) but no, it has neutrals. I thought you couldn’t do a complete look with this, but I was wrong, you definitely can. Matte brow bone highlight, two mid-tone neutrals for blending and a black. The rest are all metallic, a few being duo-chromatic. If you need other neutrals, you probably have 300 other palettes anyway! Besides, the metallics are way more fun, something these villains are more willing to be focused on! The safe colors are for the princesses!
Jelly Much, $8
Does not crease! Hard to open with long nails! Great to use if you’re in a hurry to get ready cause it spreads easily and you can just wear it alone!
The Jelly Much formula is a moose texture, it’s pretty interesting. If you want to try one, they are affordable at $8 each. Like my advice with the Super Shocks, you don’t want a huge collection, otherwise they’ll dry out and you’ll be sad that you spent all that money! I know they’re like $5-8, but if you get like 30, then you spent a boatload on stuff that will dry out before you can finish them all. Get the colors you know you will wear! If that’s 30 of them, oooh… I guess oh well bank account.
Swatched on the bottom is, Sweet Dreams, an earlier release from the Jelly Much line.
Do I Look Like I Care? Glitterally Obsessed $10
Oh hello, motto! The Glitterally Obssesed are glitter suspended in gel. They remind me of concentrated versions of the glitter body gel I wore in the late 90’s.
You’re not supposed to wear this glitter product on your eyes because the glitter particles are too large and could irritate and hurt your eyes if they were to get in there. But I’ll just barrier them with huge false lashes and hope for the best. Risk it if you dare, but don’t blame me if your cornea gets cut! I have a Hold Harmless clause! You already agreed to the terms!
Eternal Sunshine isn’t a part of the Disney collection. But it’s a new formula and I have it so why not? Swatched here are two that I own, the holo one from the Disney Villains collection and the iridescent one from an earlier release. With long nails it’s difficult to apply on the eyelid, and brushes don’t apply it as well as your finger.
Poor Unfortunate Souls Super Shock Highlighter, $10
If you already own a few of the lavender Colourpop Supershock highlighters, this is how Poor Unfortunate Souls compares to the rest. It is a lot more lavender than the others. Over The Moon is closest in color, but more glittery.
Maleficent creme lux lipstick, $8
Maleficent is a deep magenta, it leans a reddish magenta on me. While I never wear reds, this is my bold statement lip that I feel comfortable wearing instead of everyone else’s usual red.
And an added bonus:
Besame Peter Pan Mermaid Lagoon Starfish Pink Lipstick
Colourpop sold out of the holo glitter and I needed that, so I went to Shop Disney. And hello pink lipstick!
Besame, a retro glam inspired brand, has a few Disney collabs. Snow White, Mickey Mouse and Peter Pan’s Mermaid Lagoon. I’m interested in the packaging of the perfume, but I don’t want to blindly spend money on a fragrance if it’s not Escada. The seashell highlighters looked adorable too.
The Starfish Pink is actually pretty close to Colourpop’s Cinderella lipstick. The Cinderella one is just a bit more neutral. If you had to pick one to buy, I would choose the $7 one vs the $25 one. Starfish Pink is a beautiful color, wears nicely and my lips are stains a pretty color when it wears off. But it’s a budget thing! It also appears to have a lot less product so the value for Colourpop is better. But if you have the $25 to spare, I am really loving this color!
Colourpop Cinderella Creme Lux Lipstick, Besame Peter Pan Mermaid Lagoon Starfish Pink Lipstick and Colourpop Maleficent Creme Lux Lipstick.
Colourpop Disney Villains vs Disney Designer Princess
Disclaimer: I have the terrible misfortune of not being on anyone’s PR list. Therefore, I purchase everything myself and am never paid to make any blog posts. No Disney Villains threatened to take my puppies or my kingdom in exchange for this post. I made it all on my own! There aren’t any affiliate links in this post.